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Vociferous Definition in Context with Image

Vociferous definition in real context with synonyms

Vociferous definition in real context and short passages with images for deep learning to improve your reading skills and advanced vocabulary with illustrations and text-to-speech. Learn the word, vociferous, in authentic examples. /vəˈsɪf.ər.əs/ (adj) Vociferous definition (of people) shouting and yelling repeatedly and noisily especially to show complaints, loud, voluble, clamorous, raucous Example I’ve lived…

Shrill 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 33

shrill LELB Society

Shrill 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 33 /ʃrɪl/ (adj) (of sound) too loud and deafening, piercing, strident, raucous, penetrating, sharp, high-pitched, ear-piercing, shrieking, harsh, screechy Laura Del Rosso, a 58-year-old travel writer in San Francisco, was running errands one day three years ago when a steam whistle began blasting inside her head. The sound was…

Raucous 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 4

Raucous 1100 words you need to know week 41 day 4 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Raucous 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 4 Raucous 1100 Words You Need Week 41 Day 4 /ˈrɔː.kəs/ (adj) loud and unpleasant, shrill, making a loud and harsh noise, strident, piercing, grating, dissonant, cacophonous, noisy, wild, boisterous, disorderly, rough, riotous, hoarse Second, most papers on laughter in conversation distinguish between conversational laughter, which comes…

Strident – English Flashcard for Strident for IELTS

Strident - English Flashcard for Strident - LELB Society

Strident Strident (adj) /ˈstraɪ.dənt/ forcefully and strongly expressed – loud and shrill – piercing and harsh – vociferous – persuasive – noisy: So much strident and acrimonious criticism was directed at the press secretary for practicing plagiarism.

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